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321 E Main St, Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150-2322
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#2 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Red Boiling Springs
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This Historic Bed & Breakfast Hotel offers gracious hospitality, comfortable rooms, an excellent dining experience, and the availability of our Steam Bath, Mineral Baths, and a massage by one of our Certified Therapists. Our charming dining room has the capacity to host luncheons, dinners, and events for up to 100 guests.
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DeanaN3Dogs wrote a review Mar 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee80 contributions23 helpful votes
Spent the weekend just relaxing and enjoying the company of friends including the owners/staff. Wonderful breakfast & dinner served family style with enough to feed an army each meal. The staff were very accommodating with requests for extra card tables or ice or glasses. And the most wonderful touch was a snowflake note slipped under the door each morning letting us know that carafes of fresh coffee were waiting in the hallway. The weather was cold & miserable outside but we were snug as bugs in our rooms. Love this place and will return.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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knygard wrote a review Jan 2020
Nashville, Tennessee102 contributions26 helpful votes
In the words of our hostess, "Red Boiling Springs has a lot to do for a little town with nothing going on". Debbie is part of the charm here. Very much happiest when taking care of guests. Always dressed in a cloche hat, scarf and vest: in costume. The house is festooned with lady's hats as well as antiques. Built in 1924, it was RBS' first brick building. It has changed hands several times, with Debbie and Dennis capturing it 11 years ago. It has been part of the 'healing waters' movement for the last 160 years. In the tradition of Kellog's health movement, and Saratoga, there are sulphurous mineral baths for guests. Dinner is an inexpensive option that is highly recommended: 1) it is home made Southern, and 2) there's not much else in RBS to eat. Breakfast filled up what remaining room we had. Biscuits, chocolate gravy (yes...), white gravy, hash browns, scrambled eggs, potato cakes, and fresh fruit sent us home without need to stop for lunch! Prices were very reasonable. Two suites on the front and have separate access to the capatious porch with a view of the creek. Nearly all of the streams in this area run clear with pebbled bottoms: none of the turbid, silty waters found elsewhere in the South and Midwest. Entertainment was plentiful. The Armour has live music on occasion. Speaking of music, there is a museum-quality "baby grand upright" piano in the front sitting area. You can touch this one, although not for long, in that it needs tuning. The library is welcoming with the kind of reads you'd like for vacation. It abounds in popular authors, and the hotel is sprinkled with love seats, coffee pots, and Saturday Evening Posts. The room was a little dark and was a little short on electric outlets. The shower was adequate but tended to the warm side rather than really hot. The bed was comfy and old-fashioned, with a net canopy at the head. Overall, a surprising and delightful B&B!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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rbeaird wrote a review Jan 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee2 contributions
We got a two room suite that had a door out to the second story porch, which was nice. Dennis and Debbie treated us like royalty and she would sometimes join in the conversation at breakfast and dinner that they cooked for us. The food was great with generous portions. We stayed three nights, which was a nice escape from the much larger town we live in. There is a walkway across the street which follows a creek, a nice little hike. The hotel is beautifully decorated inside with lots of antiques; it's like stepping back in time.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: Choose the second floor suite that has a door to the porch
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Response from armours, Owner at Armour's Hotel
Responded Feb 6, 2020
As the Owners of The Armour's Hotel ... we were initially somewhat dismayed to see "one star" ratings from this recent customer. After a closer review, however, of this guest's more elaborate comments it is our suggestion that this guest simply misinterpreted the "star" rating system ... and while intending to give us a good review ... he or she interpreted "one star" as a complimentary assessment rather than giving us a 4 or 5 star rating in the various categories. Hopefully, potential future guests looking at Trip Advisor reviews will reach the same conclusion.
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Marie M wrote a review Oct 2019
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My husband and I stayed one night in this delightful hotel. It takes you back to days long gone. We did not have the opportunity to eat any of their home made meals since we arrived too late and had to leave at dawn, but there was coffee right outside our room to take with us. Would definitely recommend if you are looking for a hotel from the past.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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paul hill wrote a review Oct 2019
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My wife and I just took a chance on this hotel. My sister had just passed and we needed a place to go for awhile. When we first got there we were a little suspect, but once we met dennis and debbie we just felt at home. It wasn't just the great food but the way they treated you. We both spent hours talking with Deb sharing thoughts and life concerns. What wonderful people and what a great stay.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Response from armours, Owner at Armour's Hotel
Responded Oct 11, 2019
We are certainly gratified that we were able to make our guests feel welcome, comfortable, and well fed. We try very hard to cater to the needs of all of our guests and to make their stay with us unique and memorable. We very much appreciate the kind and generous compliments and will continue to try and pamper all those who may choose to book a stay with us.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Armour's Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Armour's Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Step Back in Time Shop and Vision 2020 Office (0.3 miles), Cyclemos Motorcycle Museum (0.04 miles), and Grandpa's House on the Ritter Farm (1.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Armour's Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Armour's Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Armour's Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Armour's Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Big Ed's BBQ, Dairy Burger, and Pay Less Food Store.
Is Armour's Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Red Boiling Springs.